cyberGRID offers innovative ICT-based flexibility management technology, consulting services and research in the EU power sector.
As a flexibility technology provider we currently work with over 90 partners from 26 countries for the provision of ancillary services (aFRR and mFRR). In addition, we are involved in multiple European-wide research projects to promote Europe’s competitiveness, particularly in the energy sector.
With our technology cyberNOC enabling the favourable integration of renewable energies and storage devices, cyberGRID plays a major role in Europe’s full-speed decarbonisation efforts.
Press release: Austrian energy tech company cyberGRID is part of a € 36 million EU-funded project designed to bring efficient energy management within the reach of end-users.
cyberGRID’s CEO, Marko Svetina, presented three H2020 projects focusing on energy storage and interoperability between flexibilities in a webinar hosted by the Energy Community.
Dear partners and customers,
Even just a few weeks ago, all of us were going about our business in our bustling cities, making a living, and contributing to the success of others.
Project FutureFlow is now completed, bringing forth exciting results: It was demonstrated that renewable energy is helping society to walk a more sustainable way of life.
At the expert panel forum “New Applications in a New Electricity World”, Dr. Christoph Gutschi, Senior Project Manager at cyberGRID presented solutions for DSOs on how to improve Flexibility Provision when interacting with Distribution Grid Operations. […]
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International Conference on Renewable Energy Systems and Environmental Engineering (IRESE) – BrusselsJuly 18 - July 20
- September 9 - September 10
cyberGRID is the right choice if you wish to:
- get expertise and consulting in the smart grid area
- benefit most from European-wide research networks
- be part of the new energy transition
With our market-proven IT platform for Virtual Power Plants, we also partner in European-wide research projects.